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by Bryant L. Myers
Author: Bryant L. Myers
Publisher: World Vision Intl; First Thus edition (December 1, 2003)
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Ministry and Evangelism
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Release Date:December 2003. Publisher:World Vision International. 50 lbs. Dimensions:9.
World Vision's Exploring World Mission by Bryant L. Myers is a meaningful insight into where Christian mission is heading in the next century, based upon the most up-to-date resources. 89 Colorful charts and vivid graphics are used to display the historical roots of mission, as well as the current trends in population, economics, politics, religion, children, and the church. The greatest challenges-as well as the greatest opportunities-are identified in a comprehensible format. You might also lik. BS Handbooks for New Testament (20 Vols.
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Bryant Myers joined the faculty of Fuller as professor of transformational development in 2006
Bryant Myers joined the faculty of Fuller as professor of transformational development in 2006. He has also published numerous journal articles and fulfilled speaking engagements in numerous locations around the world.
Bryant L. Myers (PhD, University of California at Los Angeles) is professor of transformational development in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. A veteran leader in global development work, he served in senior management roles with World Vision International for three decades and has served with the Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization.